Marcus Hotels & Resorts Appoints Andrew Flack as Chief Commercial Officer

USA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. October 12, 2020

Marcus® Hotels & Resorts, a nationally recognized hotel owner and management company and division of The Marcus Corporation (NYSE: MCS), have announced the appointment of Andrew Flack as its first ever chief commercial officer. Flack is a globally-experienced, results-oriented, proven leader with over 30 years of hospitality industry experience.

Flack most recently served as vice president marketing & eCommerce with Hilton Worldwide. In this role, he supported more than 5,000 managed and franchised properties, with oversight for 140 team members located throughout the Americas. Andrew's previous roles with Hilton included vice president of product marketing & customer insights and vice president of global brand marketing. His international posts with Hilton included vice president sales & marketing Asia Pacific and regional director of sales, marketing & revenue management in Sydney, Australia.

"Andrew brings to Marcus Hotels & Resorts an extensive set of skills that will allow us to most effectively align and leverage all commercial resources to include sales, marketing, revenue strategy, and distribution. He has a consistent track record of transformation, building customer-facing innovation and delivering exceptional financial results," said Michael Evans, president of Marcus Hotels & Resorts. "We look forward to Andrew's contributions as we build on the past success and continued growth of Marcus Hotels & Resorts."

Flack received a bachelor's degree in economics & accounting from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in the UK and his MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management in Sydney.

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